mark your calendars for the magnificent Oct. 2017 @BaylorIFL symposium "The Reformation and the Bible" https://t.co/X0oQc1HjVS
What is the origin of the Christian fish symbol? | #Baylor's Elesha Coffman, Christian History https://t.co/g5oOnKnfsF
The Supreme Court and the Convoluted Case for Trump | Thomas Kidd, TGC https://t.co/aJoBd3rlJ9
Trump and incommensurability – Alan Jacobs, Snakes and Ladders https://t.co/g0Jo9bo9T9
Ten Christian Athletes Who Were Tebowing Before Tebow... | #Baylor's @p_emory - Christian History https://t.co/0ZNSUkolu9
quotes Philip Jenkins / Journeys of faith: National Geographic exhibit highlights the power of religious pilgrimages https://t.co/Bdxbbew7qL
Early Syriac Christian Reactions to the Rise of Islam - Michael Philip Penn address at #Baylor https://t.co/PuYbjJvlZx
Why Colonial America Was So Afraid of Catholic Quebec |@NCRegister cites Thomas Kidd's book God of Liberty https://t.co/w8QPgNKBPR
Of Monsters and Black Lives | Philip Jenkins, The American Conservative https://t.co/sT0AHpii8S
Grant Wacker lecture at #Baylor tomorrow "Billy Graham and American Political Culture" https://t.co/3hKH3SWDFI

Hankins, Barry

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Dr. Hankins holds an M.A. in Church-State Studies from Baylor and a Ph.D. in History from Kansas State University. He has published numerous books and many articles in academic journals. As a Professor of History and Graduate Program Director, he possesses considerable expertise in religion and American culture, Protestant fundamentalism and evangelicalism, and the relationship of church and state in American history.

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